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About Edenthorpe

A village with around 5,000 residents, Edenthorpe is in a great location for access in and out of Doncaster. Close to good schools, with plenty of things to do and a number of pubs, it is a popular residential area. With gorgeous terraced, semi and detached homes, is it just right for you?

THINGS TO DO

There is the Barnby Dun & Kirk Sandall Sports Association nearby as well as the Humberhead Peatlands National Nature Reserve and Wheatley Golf Club. Being so close to Doncaster you aren't far from The Dome for ice skating and swimming, Doncaster Rovers Football Club, the cinema and Lakeside Village Outlet.

EATING & DRINKING

The Eden Arms, next to Tesco, is part of Ember Inns, there is a Toby Carvery at the A630 roundabout, there is The Holly Bush and The Glasshouse is found in Kirk Sandell. For food there is XL Fisheries for fish and chips, Olivers sandwich shop, and a number of other takeaways including Sunrise, Pizza Base, Ayesha Indian and Golden Crown. 

SHOPPING

There are a number of independent stores in Edenthorpe, including a gift shop, carpet store, florist, barbers, furniture shop and a car garage. It is also home to a Tesco superstore and close to Crompton Retail Park.

SCHOOLS

In the village there is Edenthorpe Village Primary School and Canon Popham Church of England School with Kirk Sandall also having a primary school. Secondary education is usually taken at the highly rated Hungerhill School.

TRANSPORT LINKS

On the A18 into Doncaster, Edenthorpe is just four miles away from the town. The A630 off the M18 runs south of the village and the motorway offers easy access south to Sheffield, north to York or east to Scunthorpe. Neighbouring Kirk Sandall has a railway station on the Sheffield to Hull line and Robin Hood Airport is a 20 minute drive away.

HISTORY

Recorded in the Domesday Book as Stirestrop, the village has since been known as Tristrop and became Streethorpe in the 17th century. The Manor House was built by the Swyft family and remained in their name until the money was squandered and London merchant Daniel Baker bought it. Their family sold it to the Cooke-Yarbarough family in 1769 and they built the Georgian hall in the village. It was the Eden family who made the biggest mark on the village though - and this is where the modern day name comes from. 

DID YOU KNOW?

Edenthorpe came from the shortening of the address "Eden's of Streethorpe".


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